In the heart of the city of Málaga in the neighbourhood that gives it its name, this neo-Mudéjar style bullring opened on 11 June 1876 and still hosts bullfights. The bullring also houses a museum dedicated to famous matador Antonio Oróñez.
During the Feria de Málaga, the Bullfighting Fair occurs with important events. There’s also a Picassian bullfight held during Easter Week, where bullfighters dress in costumes taking inspiration from the style, vision and shapes of the great Málaga-born artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso.
It was declared a Historic-Artistic Site in its centennial year in 1976 and a Site of Cultural Interest in 1981.
Parking and transport
- Can be reached by public transport
- Member of Costa del Sol Tourist Board
- Located in an urban area